(n.) A narrow passage of water; as, the Gut of Canso.
(n.) An intenstine; a bowel; the whole alimentary canal; the enteron; (pl.) bowels; entrails.
(n.) One of the prepared entrails of an animal, esp. of a sheep, used for various purposes. See Catgut.
(n.) The sac of silk taken from a silkworm (when ready to spin its cocoon), for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread. This, when dry, is exceedingly strong, and is used as the snood of a fish line.
(v. t.) To take out the bowels from; to eviscerate.
(v. t.) To plunder of contents; to destroy or remove the interior or contents of; as, a mob gutted the bouse.
(1) Some of those drugs are able to stimulate the macrophages, even in an aspecific way, via the gut associated lymphatic tissue (GALT), that is in connection with the bronchial associated lymphatic tissue (BALT).
(2) In contrast to L2 and L3 in L1 the mid gut runs down in a straight line without any looping.
(3) The goals of treatment are the restoration of normal gut peristalsis and the correction of nutritional deficiencies.
(4) Expressed per centimeter of gut length, total DAO activity was also enhanced by +141% in segment B (P less than 0.05 vs controls) and by +87% in segment C (P less than 0.01 vs controls) of resected rats.
(5) Recent studies point to the involvement of regulatory peptides in diseases of the gut and lung.
(6) "Gut closure" is an unlikely explanation for these findings.
(7) The effect of dietary fibre digestion in the human gut on its ability to alter bowel habit and impair mineral absorption has been investigated using the technique of metablic balance.
(8) ); and 3) those that multiply and produce large numbers of vegetative cells in the food, then release an active enterotoxin when they sporulate in the gut.
(9) The mRNA data of the developing gut correspond with previous protein data, which showed that the shorter Mr 210,000 polypeptide predominates during earlier developmental stages and the larger Mr 260,000 polypeptide appears later in the embryonic gut (Aufderheide, E., and P. Ekblom.
(10) The effects of intra-arterial administration of substance P upon intestinal blood flow, oxygen consumption, intestinal motor activity, and distribution of blood flow to the compartments of the gut wall were measured in anesthetized dogs.
(11) Agents that lower total plasma or LDL cholesterol in hypercholesterolaemic patients by interfering with cholesterol reabsorption from the gut (cholestyramine, cholestipol) or reduction of hepatic VLDL release (fibrates) do not appear to interfere with platelet hyperreactivity and do not change platelet-derived thromboxane formation.
(12) Females had an increased excretion of PCBs and increased accumulation in gut and gonads compared to males.
(13) The aim of the present study was to determine if dexamethasone treatment increased the rate of appearance in plasma of gut-derived glucose.
(14) The agency, which works to reduce food waste and plastic bag use, has already been gutted , with its budget reduced to £17.9m in 2014, down from £37.7m in 2011.
(15) No acute or chronic GVHD was seen in two patients, grade II (skin only) was seen in one patient, and grade IV (skin, liver, and gut) was seen in one patient.
(16) A diversity of serogroups and toxigenicity was a general finding, however, strains found in the proximal gut were also cultured from the rectum, indicating that faecal specimens would be a valid tool in investigating the role of these organisms in SIDS cases compared with healthy controls.
(17) Our results suggest that the increased Copro-IgE levels may be a specific consequence of the local immune response to food allergen stimulation in the gut mucosa.
(18) At the external wall of the host's gut, parasitic cysts of this nematode with immature stages inside were also observed.
(19) The results provide further in vivo evidence that ROI are causative agents in H liberation during reperfusion of the ischemic gut.
(20) Intravenous administration of ADS did not affect the transit, indicating the importance of the presence of ADS in the gut lumen.
(1) Along with Hytner's own production of the comedy One Man Two Guv'nors, it has staved off the financial difficulties that have troubled so many organisations in less commercial artforms since the government funding cuts of 2010.
(2) Asked whether, in retirement, she would still oppose a European central bank, Mr Skinner fed her a line, shouting: 'No, she's goin' to be the guv'nor.'
(3) We chatted it through and came to the conclusion that even condoning the presence of 'medicines' in the house I was staying, could lead to pressure being put on me, or in the worst case, if there was a raid on the house, it was highly unlikely that any of the "professionals " I was sharing the house with were going to say "it's a fair cop guv, That gear is all mine."
(4) A week or so after we speak, I go to see One Man, Two Guv'nors at the National, a comedy in which he takes the lead as a young man working for two highly demanding bosses.
(5) "Between you and me, guv … " he nearly whispered … "I always come off at Rotherham these days and take the A6195 through Rawmarsh, Brampton and Brierley.
(6) For some reason I brought out this character I called the Guv, who was like a London cab driver.
(7) 6 The Guv'nor is a good sort Generally, the guv'nor is good, moral and has the girls' best interests at heart.
(8) That team could conceivably have included the following names on the backs of their shirts: Seamo, Shaggy, Sick-Note, Gazza, Donkey, Psycho, Guv'nor (!
(9) Brian Reader, 77, known by his fellow raiders as “the Guv’nor” or “Master”, was not sentenced last week due to fears he had just months to live .
(10) The thought of striking doctors sitting at home, watching carnage unfold, and saying: “Not my problem, guv!” is so ludicrous that you would hope that it would be instantly dismissed.
(11) The first photograph that McCullin had printed in the Observer was a 1958 picture of a north London gang called "The Guv'nors" – a group of teddy boys resplendent in their exaggerated, smart clothes, rising through and out of a bomb-damaged building.
(12) Here is Next’s considered opinion on the current state of consumer demand, derived from a detailed analysis of its own trading in the past six weeks: “Dunno, guv, we only sell clothes and stuff.” The chief executive, Lord Wolfson, didn’t put it like that, of course.
(13) Vesicular phospholipid bilayer membranes in the form of giant unilamellar vesicles (GUVs) of dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) were irradiated with fast neutron fluences ranging from 10(4) to 10(7) n cm-2.
(14) The phase behaviour of both non-irradiated and irradiated GUVs was investigated using an angular light scattering technique.
(15) The purported GABA uptake inhibitors nipecotate (NPA) and guvacine (GUV) acted as GABAa agonists, having pharmacological properties very similar to GABA itself.